Where to eat and drink in Bonn, Germany
Bonn is a city on the banks of the Rhine in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Founded in the 1st century BC as a Roman settlement, Bonn is one of Germany’s oldest cities. From 1949 to 1990, Bonn was the capital of West Germany. Also it is famously known as the birthplace of Ludwig van Beethoven in 1770.
Some must sees in Bonn are the Beethoven House, the Bonn Minster – One of Germany’s oldest churches, the Old Town Hall (Altes Rathaus) and Market Square, Poppelsdorf Palace and Botanical Gardens, Münsterplatz and Alter Zoll. Besides, take a stroll along the Rhine river and stop at Biergarten Am alten Zoll for a drink with river view.
Among Bonn’s attractions are also numerous museums, many located at the University and along the city’s Museum Mile. Bring a visits to Haus der Geschichte (contemporary German history – from the end of the Second World War to the present), the Kunstmuseum Bonn (fine arts – dedicated to 20th-century art), Bundeskunsthalle, Museum Koenig (natural history museum) or August-Macke-Haus.
Burgermanufaktur am Frankenbad
At Burgermanufaktur you can eat 100% gluten-free (with the exception of the homemade veggie patties). All burgers can be prepared with gluten-free burger buns. The kitchen caters to people with gluten intolerance and follows specially designated hygiene regulations. People with coeliac disease or gluten intolerance can rely on the staff to answer every question and cater to every request.
I tried the Hispanus burger with tomato, rocket salad, special sauce, Spanish Manchego cheese, Grilled Serrano ham and Aioli cream. Also we shared a portion of sweet potato fries with two dips (chilli-mayonnaise and Aioli).
The burgers tasted great , the sauces are homemade and were also great. The service was good and friendly.
You will find Burgermanufaktur on Vorgebirgsstraße nº60, Bonn, Germany.
I cannot guarantee that all restaurants and stores listed above are 100% free of gluten. Always check with the restaurant for cross-contamination and whether there is an understanding for celiac disease sufferers.